Migdal Group is the leading insurance and finance company in Israel. For 75 years, Migdal has been providing a wide variety of insurance, pension, and financial assets management services products. Migdal Group and its subsidiaries serve over one and a half million individual and business customers. SNNLive spoke to Dr. Jacob Dagan, Medical Science Advisor for Migdal Capital Markets, a subsidiary of Migdal Group at the 2012 BioInvest Israel Conference in Haifa. Dr. Dagan spent over twenty years managing half a dozen companies in the US, and he is now with Migdal.
Migdal Capital Markets Investment House has been active in the Israeli capital markets since 1965, and it is one of the largest and oldest investment houses in the Israeli economy. It is wholly owned by the Migdal Group, the largest insurance company in Israel, of the European Generali Group. Migdal Capital Markets brings into play the advantages inherent in the integration between an insurance company and a leading investment house. These advantages allow the Israeli investor to benefit from the financial strength of the parent companies and from a professional and experienced team of investment managers.
In this interview, Dr. Dagan talks about the restructuring Migdal underwent in 2011–2012. “We now have experts in three fields; we have an expert in biotechnology—that’s myself—and we have an expert in high-tech, and we have an expert in renewable energies. And each one of them has the capability and expertise to go in and study every company that we’re looking into.” To learn more about Migdal Group, check out their website. SNNLive welcomes Dr. Jacob Dagan Medical Science Advisor for Migdal Capital Markets, Subsidiary of Migdal Group.
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